Leather goods with distinctive colors of African inspiration. This shop retails small articles, bags and other leather goods, each having a wealth of character. The goods are all original, and handmade from the design process until the sewing stage. These creations would be ideal for those who have a taste for unique products.
Wallet at 45,360 yen / iPhone 7 case at 12,960 yen / hair band from 3,345 yen〜 / key cap at 3,132 yen (tax included)
The owner, who collects landscapes of the Showa period, came up with the idea of the original album and calendar. They are a genuine reflection of his love for his own neighborhood. The monochrome photos take you right back to the good old Showa period. They make special gifts for people who are associated with Tachikawa. You surely won’t find them anywhere else.
Scenes of Tachikawa: An album in the color tones of the Showa era, at 1,620 yen (tax included)
Album of Nostalgic Tachikawa Landsdcape at 1,080 yen (tax included)
The selection includes traditional cheese products, as well as those ranging from rich to unique flavors. How about a premium selection gift that would please even cheese experts? Highly regarded by cheese connoisseurs, their special cheese selection from all over the world is definitely impressive.
Selected original gift Regular package, priced from 8,000 yen (tax included)
Craft beer developed with the concept of not spoiling the delicate taste of kaiseki(tea-ceremony confectionery). Made with 100% malt with no additional ingredients. For the Cream Ale, the base malt is from Weyermann, Germany. For the Amber Ale, several malts, including pale ale malt from England, are mixed together. They are full-flavored, thick and rich malted beers, and sold only in Tachikawa.
Nishi-Kunitachi beer(left: Cream Ale, right: Amber Ale) at 216 yen each
An assortment of premium, best-selling hams, sausages, and other meat products including chicken aspic, beef jerky, and Bireschinken. The owner, who has mastered his cooking skills in the world’s oldest meat crafter school, combines domestic pork from Japan and the finest spices to produce a premium flavor. Ideal as beer accompaniments.
Rothenburgat 5,000 yen
Now that Washoku(Japanese cuisine) has been listed as one of the world’s intangible cultural heritages, shaved dried bonito is getting popular. So, how about giving this as a gift? Dried bonito is an extraordinary product that helps reduce your salt intake from daily meals.
Perfect souvenir of handmade “Tama Katsuo” furikake (rice sprinkle), priced at 550 yen (tax included)
Mikami’s Dried Bonito Grocery
They roast coffee beans using a hot air roasting machine, which is seldom found in Japan. Special coffee beans selected by the master himself are roasted and then assorted and packed. Unlike ordinary coffee, the shop’s coffee tastes mild. Even coffee connoisseurs will be pleased with the wonderful taste. There is a tasting service for several kinds of coffee.
Mamekichi’s Coffee Assortment 100g x 6 packs at 4,210 yen (tax included).
More than 20 kinds of coffee beans are always lined up in the shop. The master himself roasts the beans selected from all over the world. Have a chat with him and tell him your preference. He will select the coffee beans of your choice, and advise you on how to bring out the flavor of drip coffee. The coffee beans make ideal heartwarming gifts for fans of coffee.
Seasonal blend at 1,145 yen (tax included)
Selected coffee beans with special handmade baked sweets would be a perfect gift. It would be an ideal gift for someone special! You can sample your selection before you buy it. The coffee shop’s original gift wrapping style is unique.
Selection of in-house roasted coffee beans, priced from 658 yen per 100g
“Hiyori”, organic Japanese tea produced carefully with a lot of time and effort. “Gougumi-cha” is a tea blended by Fumio Maeda, who was the first 10th-degree tea master in Japan. Here in Sayama-en, the staff will explain about the tea and the producer in detail, which will add a special touch when sending the tea as a gift.
Gougumi-cha and Hiyori, each 50 g at 1,674 yen (tax included)
“KURURIN’s Junkin-cha” contains tiny gold flakes. Tea with glittering gold flakes looks gorgeous and is suited as a gift to celebrate somebody. Look at the illustration of KURURIN (Tachikawa City’s mascot character) having tea while sitting straight. Isn’t he cute? The shop also has another tea – “Tokumushi-cha”, or steamed tea. Its flavor is exceptionally rich, as it can make two to three cups using only the amount for one cup. How about a quintessential Japanese-style gift of three special teas? Sounds nice, doesn’t it?
A set of the KURURIN’s Junkin-cha (with gold flakes), KURURIN’s Sencha (green tea), and Shin-cha (this year’s first tea), priced at 5,382 yen (tax included)
The word “corteza” in Spanish means “burnt” or “solidified magma.” Its scorched crust emits a unique fragrance while the inside is moist and filled with the rich taste of cheese. Flour-free. This is a perfect gift for cheese lovers.
Tarta de queso corteza: Whole cake at 1,500 yen (tax included); one piece at 400 yen (tax included) Note: Whole cakes are for takeout only.
The financier, which has been popular since the opening of the shop, has a special rich taste. The citrus madeleines have a refreshing flavor of genuine vanilla, orange peel and fresh lemon, made with premium eggs from local poultry farms. Their baked donuts are healthy, as they are made using brown rice, making them perfect gifts for the health-conscious. You can purchase an assortment of baked goods.
Financier “Shiika-no-michi” (plain, chocolate, and matcha flavors); Plain financier from 160 yen
“Ange” Angel Madeleine, 160 yen
Baked doughnut made with brown rice,170 yen *All excluding tax.
This is a handmade sweet bean jam pancake, UDORA-YAKI from the long-established “Tachikawa Iseya”. Premium eggs produced in Tachikawa are used for its dough. The branding of “UDORA” on the pancake is impressive! Recommended for those who are looking for a simple yet tasty confection. Gifting an assortment of “UDORA” and “Tachi-dora” is a good way to show your love for Tachikawa City.
UDORA-YAKI/Tachi-dora, each at 216 yen (tax included)